Thanksgiving hasn't even started yet, but the folks over at Forever 21 know that my shopping habit waits for no one. Spoiler alert: The Forever 21 2017 Black Friday sales have already started. But don't panic, I'm here to break down this beautiful cornucopia of deals so you can continue your hometown pilgrimage. Real talk, my friends and I used to go to Forever 21 when we wanted some uncharacteristically sexy going-out clothes, like a sequined minidress for New Year's Eve.
While I'm jazzed over the upcoming Black Friday shopping opportunities, I'm also tired of stores keeping their deals a secret until the last second — a girl needs to prepare! Some stores understand my thirst for a good sale, though, and the Urban Outfitters Black Friday 2017 deals do not disappoint.Colloquially known, at least among my friends, as "Urban," this store has been in my shopping repertoire since my days as an awkward middle schooler who thought she was too kewl. Key word being thought.
I can think of no better way to follow up a Thanksgiving feast than waking up the next morning and trying on clothing. Well, maybe I can, but c'est la vie. This year, accept that new clothes are more affordable than an iPhone X and enjoy the Zara Black Friday sale as your post-turkey celebration. Zara is notoriously tight-lipped about their week of Thanksgiving sales. In years past, the retailer has slashed their prices up to 20 and 30 percent off select items.
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Selecting a term
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